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Joint Law Enforcement Operation Leads to Arrest of Suspects in NOPD Homicide Investigation

by Aaron E. Looney

June 24, 2024

Categories: On Duty

Topics: Eighth District, Good Police Work, Homicide, Partnerships

Joint Law Enforcement Operation Leads to Arrest of Suspects in NOPD Homicide Investigation

Through a joint effort from multiple law enforcement agencies, two wanted suspects have been identified and located in the NOPD’s investigation of a homicide that occurred on June 22, 2024, in the 600 block of Bourbon Street.

At about 4:07 a.m., NOPD officers responded to a call of a shooting at the intersection of Toulouse and Bourbon streets. Upon arrival, officers located an adult male gunshot wound victim on scene. The victim was transported to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced deceased.

Through investigation, NOPD Homicide Section detectives developed and positively identified two suspects in this incident – Mia Lindsey (black female, DOB: 03-25-2002) and Maraiah Campbell (black female, DOB: 05-18-1998). An arrest warrant was obtained for Lindsey on one count of second-degree murder, while an arrest warrant was obtained for Campbell on one count of accessory after the fact to second-degree murder.

As investigation progressed, both Lindsey and Campbell were located overnight by police in Columbia, Miss. Both are currently in custody in Marion County, Miss., and are awaiting extradition to Orleans Parish to face charges in this investigation.

The investigation was a collaborative success through the efforts of the NOPD, Louisiana State Police, and FBI New Orleans joint Violent Crime Task Force and Violent Crime Abatement Investigation Team; Columbia (Miss.) Police Department; and the Marion County (Miss.) Sheriff's Office.

The Orleans Parish Coroner’s Office will officially identify the victim and determine official cause of death upon complete of autopsy.

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Anyone with additional information regarding this incident is urged to contact NOPD Homicide Section detectives at 504-658-5300.


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